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Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting
the welfare of children and young people. We expect all
staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.

If you have concerns regarding the safeguarding or
welfare of any of our pupils, please contact Mrs Elder
(Designated Safeguarding Lead,) Mrs Scott or Mrs Garcia
(Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead.)

The Safeguarding and Child Protection policy can be
found here. SAFEGUARDING AND CP POLICY

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Equality

The basic equality between all human beings has always been fundamental to Roman Catholic belief and teaching. St Joseph’s RC Primary School acknowledges and welcomes diversity among pupils, staff, governors and visitors. This involves tackling the barriers which could lead to unequal outcomes so that there is equality of access and the diversity within the school community is celebrated and valued. We believe that equality at our school should permeate all aspects of school life and is the responsibility of every member of the school and wider community.

 

Every member of the school community should feel safe, secure, valued and of equal worth.

At St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School, equality is a key principle for treating all people the same.

The school does not discriminate against anyone because of:

  • age

  • being or becoming a transsexual person

  • being married or in a civil partnership

  • being pregnant or on maternity leave

  • disability

  • race including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin

  • religion, belief or lack of religion/belief

  • sex

  • sexual orientation

    (These are called ‘protected characteristics' under the Equalities Act 2010.)

    We promote the principles of fairness and justice for all through the education that we provide in our school.

     

    To ensure these principles are carried out we have set two Equality Objectives which will be monitored by the Governing Body and reviewed each year:

     

     

    Narrowing the gaps

    · To narrow the gaps in Maths and English between those children who are eligible for pupil premium funding and those who are not.

    Fostering good relations

    · To promote and enhance community cohesion and a sense of shared belonging in the school, and in the school’s neighbourhood.indicated in the published information?

    succeeding, or have succeeded?

    2 – for information

     

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